The old heliocentric model makes us perceive space, stars, planets and other objects as they were revolving around one static star. Also this suggests the wrong idea of a static universe or at least as static as it gets to be observable during a human lifetime.
The Sun is actually moving through space and revolving around the center of our galaxy at about 828,000 km/h (almost 20.000.000 km/day, 7.253.280,000 in one year). Our rock is revolving around the sun at about 107.000 km/h on its own.
This said, get a more complete view of this whole shebang. Check the video below.